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Of Juvenile Sex Scandal, Abuse and Gang-Rape: the Aftermath of Big Brother Nigeria's Open Show of Shame

April 21, 2022 | Author | 0 Comments

Of Juvenile Sex Scandal, Abuse and Gang-Rape: the Aftermath of Big Brother Nigeria's Open Show of Shame


Now we are all shocked about the unfortunate incident of an underage sexual scandal and abuse. My question on this is: why should we be shocked at all? Did we not as a failed society sow the seed of decay, destruction and immorality for this younger generation? A society where Big Brother Nigeria is celebrated and promoted regardless of the immorality that colours it through and through! A society where contestants of Big Brother Nigeria cart millions of Naira and other prizes home after having slept silly and openly with one another but brilliant students lack funds to further their education.


Why are we now crying foul? Oh! I see, we were not prepared for it. We were not prepared for the outcome and output of Big Brother Nigeria. Oh, we thought it was fun. We thought it was a form of relaxation. We thought it was funky and trendy. We must all be cowards then. For it is only cowards who cringe when faced with the effects of their ignorance and ineptitude. 


I mean, what do we expect from our younger generation when blue chip companies in Nigeria prioritize sponsoring programmes that promote immorality and defraud our humanity and sanity of selfhood. 


Oh, I see. It is now very easy to blame the Management of Chrisland Schools and shut them all down because some parents just lack understanding of what holistic parenthood and parenting are. Parents who spit on school authorities and uphold immoral values against sanctity of mind and soul when school authorities discipline their children for their misdemeanors. Parents who would choose to neglect sound upbringing of their wards.


Charity, they say, begins at home. Dig deeper into the upbringing of the children involved and you will discover why it happened. 


Don't blame the Management of Chrisland Schools. Blame a government that allows a programme like Big Brother Nigeria run freely on our electronic media. 


It is not Chrisland Schools that should be shut down. It is worthless valueless programmes like Big Brother Naija in all their hues that should be nailed and put forever in a coffin.


It is parents who should rise up to their responsibilities. Don't expect  school Management bodies to do your job. Parents, stop, think, breath and look back to where you have lost it. Look back, go back to where you left sane and sound parenting at the bus stop and you went home nakedly not knowing you are naked.


Dr. Eyiwumi Olayinka


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